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R. Kelly Says He Has 57 Unreleased Chapters Of ‘Trapped In The Closet’

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When “Trapped in the Closet” came out in 2005, you would have never guessed that it would grow as big a it has and R. Kelly is already in the process of growing it bigger.

In a recent interview with V Magazine, the “pied piper of RnB” revealed that he has a whopping 57 unreleased chapters of “Trapped In The Closet” that are already done.

When I first started writing Trapped in the Closet, I didn’t know myself what it was. I had one chapter and I had no hook. It never turned into a song, it was just a cliff-hanger and one chapter led to another, and the next thing you know I have all of these chapters and now I have a leash on it. I can walk it wherever I want. I have a lot of characters. I have 57 more chapters that I haven’t released yet that are going to be released. This thing is forever.

When asked if he would ever create another movie for the musical drama, he said there was no doubt that this would happen.

Absolutely. When it comes to Trapped in the Closet, I want my fans to know that there is a lot more to come, and it’s forever. I’m very confident in writing it. 

With 33 chapters already out and 57 on the way, simple arithmetic will show that “Trapped in the Closet” is at 90 chapters and counting. This is literally turning into “The Song That Never Ends.”

 

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‘Justice League’ Star Ray Fisher: Playing Cyborg Is Art Imitating Life!

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Ray Fisher has put in quite the grind in Hollywood … but now it’s paying off!

The Justice League star takes on the role of Cyborg, the half-man, half-robot superhero, and crushes it. But playing the epic role was more than a dream come true, it was art imitating life. In our interview with the soon-to-be A-lister, Fisher describes how his upbringing mirrors Cyborg’s in certain ways.

Check it out below! Oh, and check out Justice League in theaters now.

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